Morgan Stanley analysts estimated Alphabet's self-driving car division to be worth at least $70bn, based on growth forecasts up to 2030.
Family members of three victims claim that the companies permitted the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) to flourish on social media.
Many companies have a tendency to overshare when they go through rebranding.
The world's biggest ad platform is planning its own ad blocker.
"When empathy is sacrificed for automation you end up with marketing pollution."
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter met with ministers following the London terror attack last week.
Matt Brittin, Google's Europe head, acknowledged that ads appeared next to extremist content.
The BBC, the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy also reportedly had ads appear alongside extremist content.
The mapping service has expanded its reach to include “one of the largest boiling lava lakes in the world.”
Sixty technology companies appear to have backed away from a lawsuit against Trump's controversial travel ban.
Apple, Google and Microsoft all claim the immigration ban inflicts "significant harm" on American business.
A leaked email says employees of the British health service had problems accessing the search engine.
Cord cutters subscribe to "skinny bundles" that they'll have fewer channels at less cost—that's not necessarily the case.
Google employee claims technology giant is breaching labor laws and running an internal “spying program.”
The Florida gunman had pledged allegiance to the militant group before he killed 49 Orlando clubgoers.
The website also apologized for Brexit and England's woeful Euro 2016 performance.